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1 Christmas Day in the Morning
Pearl S. Buck 此页是标题页,完全由供稿者根据本课的内容自行设计。页面包括背景图,标题和作者姓名。 1

2 Christmas Day in the Morning
Unit 12 W arming up 此页是本课的总目录页。页头为设计进母板的背景,基本色调与本册书的封面色调一致。左侧是本课标题,右侧是本课标号。标题+标号只是在总目录页和一级标题页的页头出现。 正文区所列是本课的一级标题及其链接。 B ackground T ext Analysis R einforcement

3 Warming up Christmas Day in the Morning Questions/Activities
Unit 12 Questions/Activities Check-on Preview Warming up Objectives W B T R 3

4 Do you know any Bible story about Christmas?

5 Questions/Activities
Warming up Questions/Activities 1. What does Bible tell us about the birth of Jesus? Bible: …And when they (the three Magis ) had come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him; and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts: gold and frankincense, and myrrh… Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

6 Questions/Activities
Warming up Questions/Activities 2. What is Christmas? Christmas Day—December, the 25th—which celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, the founder of the Christian religion, is the biggest and the best-loved holiday throughout the Christian world. It is a time of warmth and gaiety, love and laughter, hospitality and good will. Today, it’s a time for people from far distance to gather with their families. Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

7 We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Warming up Questions/Activities 3. Sing the song about Christmas We Wish You a Merry Christmas We wish you a Merry Christmas, And a Happy New Year. Good tidings to you, And all of your kin, Good tidings for Christmas, Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

8 Questions/Activities
Warming up Questions/Activities We all know that Santa's coming, We all know that Santa's coming, We all know that Santa's coming, And soon will be here. Good tidings to you, And all of your kin, Good tidings for Christmas, And a Happy New Year. Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

9 Questions/Activities
Warming up Questions/Activities We wish you a Merry Christmas, We wish you a Merry Christmas, We wish you a Merry Christmas, And a Happy New Year. Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

10 Check-on Preview Warming up
How did Rob spend one Christmas with his wife? How did he learn about his father’s love for him? How did he make his Christmas present for his father when he was 15 years old? What made that Christmas so memorable for both Rob and his father? How did Rob celebrate this Christmas after more than 50 years? T, F, T, F, F, F, T W B T R

11 Objectives Warming up Through this unit, students should
understand the main idea and the structure of the text and be able to talk about the theme(s) of the text; the key words, idiomatic expressions, collocations, sentence structures and grammar items in the text; acquire a basic understanding of the writing techniques in this text: simile, metaphor, alliteration, euphemism, and flashback inform themselves about the author Pearl Buck (life, best known work[s], relation with China, anecdotes with other famous figures, etc.); learn to do a mini-Internet-research by doing; form a comprehensive understanding of Christmas W B T R

12 Christmas Day in the Morning
Unit 12 Author Background 此页是一级标题页(2)。 正文区内是二级标题及其链接。 右下角是与主目录页及其他一级标题页的链接按钮。W=Warm up B=Background T=Text analysis R=Reinforcement 放大的圆圈表示目前正在操作的部分。 B W Culture Tips T R

13 Author Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973) Background A friend of Chinese people
A Literature Nobel Prize Laureate (1938)

14 Author Background I should not be truly myself if I did not, in my own wholly unofficial way, speak also of the people of China, whose life has for so many years been my life also, whose life, indeed, must always be a part of my life. The minds of my own country and of China, my foster country, are alike in many ways, but above all, alike in our common love of freedom. Forster: rear, support, feed

15 Author Background And today more than ever, this is true, now when China's whole being is engaged in the greatest of all struggles, the struggle for freedom. I have never admired China more than I do now, when I see her uniting as she has never before, against the enemy who threatens her freedom. With this determination for freedom, which is in so profound a sense the essential quality in her nature, I know that she is unconquerable. Delivered at Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech She won Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938 “for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her biographical masterpieces”

16 Author Background Birthday: June 26, 1892
Parents: Absalom and Caroline Sydenstricker Came to China: 3 months old Period of stay in China: 40 years Residential area: Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province In 1915 she met a Cornell graduate, John Lossing Buck, who became her husband in They moved to South Xuzhou, Anhui province where she gathered the materials she would use in the Good Earth and other stories. Their marriage was unhappy but would last 18 years. Pearl’s first child proved to be retarded智力迟钝的,低能的, and Pearl herself underwent a hysterectomy子宫切除术. The couple later adopted a baby girl.

17 Author Pearl and Her Family Background
1st husband: John Lossing Buck, a Cornell graduate Carol (first child): profoundly retarded Janice: adopted child 1st marriage: unhappy but last 18 years 2nd husband: Richard Walsh, a publisher

18 Author Pearl’s Life in 1920s Background In 1921, her mother died.
In 1927, Nanking incident broke out which made her suffer a lot. She spent a terrified day in hiding, and was rescued by the American gunboat. The Bucks sailed to Japan for a year. Gunboat炮舰

19 Author Pearl’s Works Background East Wind, West Wind The Good Earth
Dragon Seed The Big Wave Satan Never Sleeps, etc.

20 Author Pearl and Her Prizes Background
Pulitzer Prize and Howells Medal for The Good Earth Nobel Prize in Literature 1938 for The Good Earth “—for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her biographical masterpieces”

21 Pearl’s Special Contributions
Author Background Pearl’s Special Contributions In 1942, Pearl and Richard founded the East and West Association, dedicated to cultural exchange and understanding between Asia and the West. In 1949, outraged that existing adoption services considered Asian and mixed-race children unadoptable, Pearl established Welcome House, the first international, inter-racial adoption agency; in the nearly five decades of its work, Welcome House has assisted in the placement of over five thousand children. In 1964, to provide support for Amerasian children who were not eligible for adoption, Pearl also established the Pearl S. Buck Foundation, which provides sponsorship funding for thousands of children in half-a-dozen Asian countries. Outraged, angry, irritated Placement, arrangement, settlement Sponsor: supporter, backer, promoter, underwriter Sponsorship:保证人的地位。发起,主办

22 Author Background In 1934, because of conditions in China, and also to be closer to Richard Walsh and her daughter Carol, whom she had placed in an institution in New Jersey, Pearl moved permanently to the US. She bought an old farmhouse, Green Hills Farm, in Bucks County, PA. She and Richard adopted six more children over the following years. Green Hills Farm is now on the Registry of Historic Buildings; fifteen thousand people visit each year. In 1973, Pearl died at Green Hills Farm, at the age of 80.

23 Culture Tips Background
Do you know some of the most popular Christmas customs? Exchanging gifts Hanging a stocking near the chimney and receiving toys from Santa Claus Singing Christmas carols Decorating for Christmas Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

24 Culture Tips Background Exchanging gifts:
The first Christmas gifts were those that the three Wise Men brought to the infant Jesus. The custom of giving gifts to family members and close friends is extremely popular in the United States today. Both children and adults get Christmas presents, although children usually get many more. Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

25 Culture Tips Background Hanging a stocking near the chimney and
receiving toys from Santa Claus: Children believe that on Christmas Eve Santa Claus, a fat, jolly man who wears a red suit, red hat and long white beard, slides down their chimneys to bring them gifts. On Christmas Eve children would hang stockings by the fireplace, hoping that Santa Claus will fill them with candy and toys. Many youngsters would lie awake listening for Santa Claus and his sleigh; some children even leave him a snack of milk and cookies. Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

26 Culture Tips Background Singing Christmas carols:
The custom of singing Christmas carols during the Christmas season goes back to the time when they were sung in the churches as part of the Nativity (Christmas) plays. Now everybody sings them. From early December, beautiful Christmas songs are heard on the radio, on TV, in the streets and in office buildings. Many people still keep the custom of walking with friends from house to house singing the traditional carols of Christmas. Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

27 Do you know how to decorate for Christmas?

28 Culture Tips Background Decorating for Christmas:
The spirit of the Christmas season arrives about a month before the holiday itself. Late in November, street lights and store windows are decorated with the traditional Christmas colors of red and green. Snowmen, Santa Claus, shepherds and angels appear in countless shop windows. Fir trees, holly wreaths and mistletoe are familiar sights. Everyone is busy shopping for Christmas presents and families decorate their homes, inside and out, with colored lights and evergreens. Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

29 Culture Tips Background Decorating for Christmas:
In ancient times, branches of fir or spruce were considered to bring good luck and guarantee the return of spring. Today, Christmas trees are usually covered with colored balls and strings of colored lights. The star on top of the tree represents the star in the East which guided the Three Wise Men to Bethlehem, the Holy Land. Mythological Sphinx and Oedipus:  Oedipus, the king famous for killing his father, Laius, and marrying his mother, Jocasta, answered the riddle of the sphinx before he became king of Thebes and started a family. When he ran into the sphinx, she asked him a riddle she did not expect him to answer: "What has four legs in the morning, two at noon, and three at night?" Oedipus answered the sphinx: "Man." And with that answer, he became king of Thebes. The sphinx responded by killing herself. Great Sphinx Statue in Egypt:  That may have been the end of the most famous, mythological sphinx, but there were other sphinxes in art and some of them still exist. The earliest is the sphinx statue in the desert sands at Giza, Egypt, a portrait of Pharaoh Khafre (fourth king of the 4th dynasty, c c B.C.). This -- the Great Sphinx -- has a lion body with a human head. Winged Sphinx:  The sphinx made its way to Asia where it gained wings. In Crete, the winged sphinx appears on artifacts from the 16th century B.C. Around the 15th century B.C., the sphinx statues became female, often depicted sitting on their haunches.

30 Text Analysis Christmas Day in the Morning Detailed Analysis Unit 12
Theme Structure Text Analysis Writing Devices Detailed Analysis 此页是一级标题页(3)。 正文区内是二级标题及其链接。(本页为四项二级标题) 右下角是与主目录页及其他一级标题页的链接按钮。W=Warm up B=Background T=Text analysis R=Reinforcement 放大的圆圈表示目前正在操作的部分。 W B T R

31 The theme is summed up at Para. 44.
Text Analysis Theme The theme is summed up at Para. 44. Love alone can waken love. It means that love is always mutual and always begins with giving. In view of the growing lack of human warmth partly due to the fierce competition in modern society, this idea appears all more important. Of course it would be naive to think that love is the answer to all our problems today, and in a world divided by class, racial and national conflicts, universal love is still unrealistic. W B T R

32 Structure Text Analysis 1 2 3 Paras. 1-8 Paras. 9-41 Paras. 42-46
Rob woke suddenly in an early Christmas morning and insisted on a proper celebration of Christmas for his wife and himself. Paras. 9-41 Rob recalled the Christmas morning when he was fifteen years old and it was on that morning that he realized how much his father loved him. Paras Rob realized that love alone can waken love and wrote a letter to his wife to express his love for her. W B T R

33 Writing Devices Flashback Text Analysis
A literary or cinematic device in which an earlier event is inserted into the normal chronological order of a narrative. 33

34 Writing Devices Flashback Text Analysis
Write down the numbers of the paragraphs for the time period according to the text: 1) Christmas morning, Rob’s present time: Paras.1-2; Paras. 7-8; Paras 2) The previous day: Paras. 3-6 3) That particular Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, when Rob was fifteen: Paras ; Paras 4) The day when love woke in Rob: Paras. 9-13 5) The time of the conversation between Rob and his father, when he was a little boy: Paras 34

35 Writing Devices Alliteration Text Analysis
The same consonant sound is repeated at intervals in the initial position. e.g. 1. She sells sea-shells on the seashore. 2. Wild Mushrooms: Mysterious-Menacing-Magnificent 3. Predictably the winter will be snowy, sleety and slushy. 4. weak and weary 35

36 Writing Devices Euphemism Text Analysis
The substitution of a mild or indirect word or phrase for a blunter or harsher one e.g. 1. ugly: plain-looking; homely-looking 2. die: to pass away, to depart, to go to sleep (heaven) 3. fat: plump, stout, chubby, weight catcher 4. toilet habits: to go to the bathroom, to do one’s business, to answer nature’s call 36

37 Detailed Analysis Part I Part II Part III Text Analysis Main Idea
Sentence Paraphrase Words & Expressions 此页是Detailed Analysis的细分目录页。 整篇课文的三个部分均含有主旨、句意、语言点和练习四个内容(这四个内容相当于三级标题)。 点击三级标题即可链接。 Exercise W B T R 37

38 Detailed Analysis Part I: Main Idea Text Analysis
When did Robert wake up on Christmas Day? Why didn’t he go back to sleep as usual? What did Robert say to his wife? Did Robert and his wife love each other? How do you find out? 正文区的首行是三级标题。右下角是退回细分目录页的返还按钮。这一层次的页面未设与主目录页及其他一级标题页的链接是避免过多的层次显示。 38

39 Part I: Sentence Paraphrase
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Part I: Sentence Paraphrase Strange how the habits of his youth clung to him still! (para. 1) Paraphrasing: It was strange how up to that moment he had continued doing things the way he had always done them from boyhood.

40 Part I: Words & Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Part I: Words & Expressions Grammar Words Phrases worthwhile trim dawn help with cling to use of it

41 Key words and Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Key words and Expressions  cling to (para. 1) e.g. Cling to an idea/the hope His mother’s last words clung to his memory. The wet clothes clung to his body. The child clung onto its mother.

42 Detailed Analysis Part I: Exercise Text Analysis Fill in the blanks.
1. Prof. Yang considers teaching a w______ career. 2. We woke at d ______. 3. You’d better t ______ off the leafy ends of the vegetable before cooking. 4. She c ______ to the hope that her husband will come back to her. Key: worthwhile, dawn, trim, clings

43 Detailed Analysis Part II: Main Idea Text Analysis
When did Rob realize his father loved him very much? What special gift did he decide to give to his father? How did his father feel about this special gift? 正文区的首行是三级标题。右下角是退回细分目录页的返还按钮。这一层次的页面未设与主目录页及其他一级标题页的链接是避免过多的层次显示。 43

44 Part II: Sentence Paraphrase
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Part II: Sentence Paraphrase He slipped back in time, as he did so easily nowadays. (para. 9) Paraphrasing: He had recently got into the habit of recalling things in the past /of reminiscing/ of letting his thoughts go back to the old days.

45 Part II: Sentence Paraphrase
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Part II: Sentence Paraphrase He had never thought of it before, taking for granted the tie of their blood. (para. 13) Paraphrasing: He had never thought of the fact that his father loved him because he took the relationship of father and son as a matter of course. He had never given this another thought.

46 Part II: Sentence Paraphrase
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Part II: Sentence Paraphrase His heart was bursting with love. (para. 38) Paraphrasing: His heart was filled/overflowing with love.

47 Part II: Words & Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Part II: Words & Expressions Words Grammar Phrases slip grant stumble creep burst now that take one’s turn pull on gaze at come to think of it burst with use of conjunctions

48 Key words and Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Key words and Expressions slip (para. 9) v. 1) to slide unintentionally 2)to go somewhere or carry out an action quickly so that you are not noticed e.g. 1) Time is slipping away. 2) Never let a good chance slip by! 3) The dog slipped his collar. n. a slip of paper e.g. 1) a slip of the tongue/pen

49 Key words and Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Key words and Expressions grant (para. 13) 1. to give what is wanted/requested e.g. They were granting a holiday for their achievement. 2. to admit to the truth of sth. I had to grant him the reasonableness of his argument.  

50 Key words and Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Key words and Expressions  loiter (para. 13): 1. to move on /about with frequent stops; 2. to move slowly around or stand especially in a public place without an obvious reason e.g. 1. You should not loiter your time away. 2. A gang of youths were loitering outside the cinema. 3. Come straight home and don't loiter, Alan.

51 Key words and Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Key words and Expressions stumble (para. 13) vi. 1. to step awkwardly while walking or running and fall or begin to fall e.g. I stumbled over a stone and fell. 我在石头上绊了一下跌倒了。 2. to make a mistake, such as repeating something or pausing for too long, while speaking stumble over one's words 结结巴巴地说话

52 Key words and Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Key words and Expressions creep (para. 22) to move slowly and quietly with the body close to the ground (usu. stealthily) e.g. The hours crept by. crawl: to move slowly with the body close to the ground/floor, or on the hands and knees That apple is crawled with worms.那个苹果爬满了虫子。

53 Key words and Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Key words and Expressions burst (para. 38) 1. (to be filled ) to the breaking point 2. to feel a strong emotion, or strong wish to do something e.g. He is bursting with health. The hall was bursting with people. The barns were bursting with grain. Tom was bursting to tell everyone the news.

54 Detailed Analysis Part II: Exercise Text Analysis
Translate the following sentences into English. 她悄悄溜走未被人看见。 他在街上闲逛。 孩子们感到累了,所以他们扑灭营火之后就爬进帐篷了。 我知道. Key: She slipped away without being seen. He was loitering around the street. The boys felt tired, so they put out the fire and crept into their tent. I knew they were bursting with curiosity but I said nothing.

55 Detailed Analysis Part III: Main Idea Text Analysis
What did Robert want to do after he trimmed the Christmas tree? What was his Christmas gift to his wife? What did Robert do after he finished the letter to his wife? 正文区的首行是三级标题。右下角是退回细分目录页的返还按钮。这一层次的页面未设与主目录页及其他一级标题页的链接是避免过多的层次显示。 55

56 Part III: Sentence Paraphrase
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Part III: Sentence Paraphrase Love alone could waken love. (para. 44) Paraphrasing: Only love could waken love. Love could not be bought or forced.

57 Part III: Words & Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Part III: Words & Expressions Grammar Words Phrases fade brooch dainty genuinely beloved seal tiptoe gleam along with occur to put out feel for in place inversion

58 Key words and Expressions
Text Analysis Detailed Analysis Key words and Expressions shimmer: to shine with a soft trembling light e.g. The water shimmered in the moonlight. beam: 1.of the sun or other shining objects to send out light to smile brightly and happily e.g. The sun beamed through the cloud. He beamed on his visitors. 他对着客人们微笑。 glimmer: to give a very fait unsteady light e.g. A faint light glimmered at the end of the corridor. 走廊的尽头闪着一星微光。 gleam: 1. to give out a bright light to be expressed with a sudden light in the eyes e.g. The furniture gleamed after being polished. 家具擦后闪闪发亮。 Amusement gleamed in his eyes. 他眼睛流露出愉快的神情。

59 Detailed Analysis Part III: Exercise Text Analysis Translation:
如果你把衣物晒在强烈的日光下,它们就会褪色。 我为我说过的话真诚地致歉。 他用胶带封上了包裹。 他的眼中闪烁着喜悦。 Key: If you hang your clothes out in the bright sun, they will fade. I'm genuinely sorry for what I said. He sealed the package (up) with sticky tape. His eyes gleamed with/in joy.

60 Christmas Day in the Morning
Unit 12 Discussion Reinforcement 此页是一级标题页(4)。 正文区内是二级标题及其链接。 右下角是与主目录页及其他一级标题页的链接按钮。W=Warm up B=Background T=Text analysis R=Reinforcement 放大的圆圈表示目前正在操作的部分。 Presentation W B T R 60

61 Discussion Reinforcement
Pair-work: Discuss the following quotes on love with your partner. 1. Faults are thick where love is thin. 2. Love and cough cannot be hid. 3. Love at first sight. 4. Love cannot be forced. 5. Love is blind. 6. Love is neither bought nor sold. 7. Love is the mother of love. 8. Love lives in cottages as well as in courts. 9. No herb will cure love. 10. One love drives out another. 11. Love me, love my dog.

62 Discussion Reinforcement
Choose one topic from the list below for the class to discuss in groups. When did you first realize the love of your parents for you? Do you have any similar experiences to Rob’s? Do you agree that “love alone could waken love”? Among the presents you have received, which one is the most precious? Why? W B T R

63 Presentation Invasion of Foreign Holidays Reinforcement
Discuss the following points with your group (15 mins): phenomena and examples; pros and cons; things we should/can do about it. Take your own notes while discussing. 1st round of presentation. (3 mins) 2nd round of presentation. (3 mins) 3rd round of presentation. (3 mins) 4th round of presentation. (3 mins) W B T R


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